Emmaus High School is a public high school located in Emmaus, Pennsylvania, in the United States. The school serves grades 9 through 12 in Pennsylvania's East Penn School District in the Lehigh Valley region of the state.
Emmaus High School is located immediately off Cedar Crest Boulevard, at 500 Macungie Avenue in Emmaus, a borough to the southwest of Allentown, Pennsylvania.
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... Eyer Middle School is a public middle school located in Macungie, Pennsylvania, in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania, in the United States ... on the Macungie side of Buckeye Road, which connects Macungie with west-side Emmaus ... The school is part of the East Penn School District, and serves grades 6 through 8 ...
... Lower Macungie Middle School is a public middle school located in Macungie, Pennsylvania, in the region of Pennsylvania, in the United States ... The school is part of the East Penn School District, and serves grades 6 through 8 ... It feeds into Emmaus High School, in Emmaus, for grades 9 through 12 ...
... ranked the Lehigh Valley Conference's Emmaus High School as the best girls field hockey team in the nation for the third time in the program's history ... Since its inception, close to 200 members of the Emmaus High School girls field hockey team have gone on to compete on the collegiate level ... Emmaus High School has won the Pennsylvania state championship in girls field hockey 10 times and won the District XI title in 22 consecutive seasons, as of 2010 ...
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“While yet a boy I sought for ghosts, and sped
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